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The Truth about Ubuntu!

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My grumbles of Ubuntu Dapper Flight 6, after being used on a day to day basis on a T41 in a University Environment:

Hardware:

Wireless:

No problems today. I said today, because at this time, NetworkManager is a wonderful application. This would not have been my response months ago as I was trying to compile WPA support, change my sources list, and test LEAP authentication.

Sound:

I still don't get it. Why can linux only play one sound at a time?

Software:

Firefox:

Beyond some stepping stones to get flash installed, as it does not work from the on line installer, only the apt-get method, everything has been running flawlessly.

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